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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGfcAPH THURSDAY, JULY 3,1958 Reds Blank Braves; Yank Rookie Hurler Wins in First Start Giants Take 5-2 Triumph Over Chicago By ED WII.K8 Awoclafed Press Sports Writer You can file Brooks Lawrence in that thin folder titled "Bad Deals by Frank Lane." The big right-hander, plucked from the minors by Cincinnati after the St. Louis Cardinals had given up on him, has been the ace of the Redleg pitching staff since, running up a 41-26 record in 2^4 seasons. Lawrence won his fifth in a row, all complete games, Wednesday night with a four-hitter that returned the Redlegs to fourth place in the National League with a 1-0 decision over first place Milwaukee. The Braves' lead was trimmed to three games again over St Louis arid San Francisco as the third place Giants defeated the Chicago Cubs 5-2 in the only other NL game scheduled. Lawrence-, 33, the Bull of the Cardinal bullpen when he had a 15-6 record in 1954, was traded to the Reds by Lane, then genera manager for the Cards, for pitcher Jackie Collum in January, 1956 He promptly won 19 for the Red legs in their near-miss pennant rush of '56. Last year he was 16-13, Now he's 6-3 with two shutouts, giving up just one hit after the third Inning at Milwaukee in a dandy duel with young Joey Jay, who 'lost with a five-hitter. The Braves beat the Reds 1-0 Tuesday night on Lew Burdette's eight-hitter. Jay is now 1-3 with his third consecutive defeat. The Giants moved within .001 of a percentage point of the .Cardinals as Dick Drott lost his fifth in a row for a 3-6 record. Stu Miller won it for a 2-4 record. KD WII.KS I'rpsn Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)— Bert Grant,! Zack Monroe, a rookie right- New York boxing judge forh.mclor just shy of his 27th birth- many years, has .been indicted|day. has stamped himself a sue- find arrested on charges oJ con-jccss in his first major league spiring with fight manager Hymiejgtart for the New York Yankees. Wallman to commit bribery in tve bouts involving Wallman's fighters. Grant. 51, pleaded innocent on ils arraignment. The alleged conspiracy covered League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (based on 150 or more at bats)—Fox. Chicago, .327; Vernon, Cleveland, .326; Cerv. Kansu City ' 3 RUNS—Cerv. Kansas City. 53; Mantle, New York. 49: Lopez, Kan "RUNS' BATTED iN-Jenien, Boa- ton. 62; Cerv, Kancaf City, W; Stovers, Washington, 48. HITS—Fox. cmoMO. W; Malione, Boston. 87; Cerv. Kansas City. 82. DOUBLES—Kuenn, Detroit. 23; Power. Cleveland. 18; Kallnc. De tr TRIPLES—Tuttle, Kansas City and Lemon, Washington. 8: Power, Cleveland and Martyn, Kansas City, 5. HOME RUNS—Jensen,. Boston, 24; Cerv, Kansas City, 21; Slevers. Wash ing ton 18. STOLEN BASES — Aparlcio, Chi cagp, 17; Landis, and Rivera. Chi' cago and Harrell and Minoso, Cleve land. 8. PITCHING (based on 7 or more decisions)—Larsen, New York, 7-1 875; Turley, New York, H-3, .786; Ford. New York. 9-3. .760. STRIKEOUTS—Turley, New York, 83; Pierce, Chicago, 82; Harshman Baltimore and Ford. New "York, 78. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (based on 150 or more at bats)—Mays. San Francisco, .367; Musial, St. Louis, .357; Ashburn Philadelphia. .335. RUNS—Mays, San Francisco. 59; Banks. Chicago, 58; Aaron. Mllwau- RUNS BATTED IN—Thomas, Pitts burgh, 66; Banks, Chicago, 56; Ce peda, San Francisco, 50. HITS—Mays. San Francisco. 105 Fight Judge Indicted In Bribery Fix Ted Homers As Senators Down Boston B.v Which is like bootlcggin' booze to Peoria, Zack's home town. Manager Casey Stengel already had a waiting list o f starting pitchers on a staff that leads the American League in complnie Thornton In Early British Open Lead ST. ANNE'S-ON-SEA, England (AP) — Peter Thomson, a 28- year-old Australian, is well along; toward putting his seal on the British Open championship for the fourth time. Thomson led the field during the qualifying with a record- smashing performance. Wednesday he took his position at the head of thr 96-man field with a ,_,,,..,, 66 on the first day of the 72-hole **<***S* '*»"» "« to "?? GROUP OF GOLFING GRANDMOTHERS Wallman was named co-conspirator in the indictment by a New York grand jury that has been ria five bouts at Madison Square jgamesjind shutouts, not to men- Garden and St. Nicholas Arena in"'"" New York from Sept. 20, 1954, to April 7, 1958. District Atty. Frank Hogan accused Grant of receiving a total of $400 from Wallman, $300 for fights that he judged and $100 for a fight at which he did not officiate. Winners of the tournament for grandmothers at Lockhaven Merc allowed to tion that 9'i-Kame first place lounge in chairs for the picture while bulge. the losers had to stand. At left, Mrs. (in CUSP you're wondering. Peo-j Herb Wickeiihauser took first in having N. Orr, F. Wickenhauser, H. N. Williams, C. C. Hamer, J. J. Sharkey, I. Wien- shienk, H. H. Reillcj, Roy Dietschey. Between the chairs is Mrs. William Skeele, Mrs. Meyer Wiseman and Mrs. Barney a long-time but now late! low gross, and right, Mrs. P. W. Jacoby, Lewis left before the picture was taken. member of the Three-l League, is| low net, rest in respect to their achieve- — Staff Photo. known for distilleries as well as ment. Others are, left, grandmothers, F. tractors.) While Monroe, who perfected a palm ball because he couldn't master a change up pitch, was! staying out of trouble for a -1-11 victory over Baltimore Wednesday I the Detroit Tigers knocked off 1 hearing an investigation of pro SPCOtld pla( , p Kansas Citv 5 . 0 on hrwliia rAiiHiiptpH hv Hnpfin's chief .,-_ * ,_,. -.-i_, • _* »• _ «^ i boxing conducted by assistant, Alfred J. Scotli, and assistant D. A. John J. Bonoml Hogan said Wallman was grantee immunity for testifying. He said Grant refused to waive immunity a month ago and therefore was not permitted to testify. Boxers managed by Wallman won all five of the fights, four by unanimous decisions. Alex Miteff, an Argentine heavyweight, was a two-time winner and middleweight Moses Ward of Detroit, featherweight Ike Chestnut of New York and lightweight Orlando Zulueta of Cuba each won once. It was alleged in the indictment hat Grant accepted bribes,to favor Wallman's fighters. A conspiracy conviction, a misdemeanor, is punishable by a prison term of rom one to three years. Conviction of a felony count is punishable by terms of from one to 10 years in each- count. College Avenue In Loop Win College Avenue Presbyterian had no trouble with the Salvation Army team, as they led from the second inning on for an 18-4 Senior Church league victory Wednesday night. Andros had two hits for the losers. Vail was the losing hurler. Brown had three, and McAfoos, Fablanic and Dunbar had two hits each for College Avenue. McAfoos was the College Avenue pitcher. the four-hit pitching of Jim Bun-j iiing. Washington defeated Boston 5-3 despite fed Williams in the only other AL game scheduled. Monroe, a holdover from the spring rookie school who was farmed to Denver for lack of room on the Yankee staff, had worked only 3 1-3 innings since being re called June 15, and that was a shutout, no-hit relief job against :he A's. Wednesday, he allowed ive hits, one Dick Williams' first lomer of the season that tied it 1-all, walked five and struck out two in seven innings. Ryne Duren mopped up after Monroe tired. Billy O'Dell (8-9) gave up a run Walls and Banks, Chicago, 90;' Ce pedu, San Francisco, 89. DOUBLES—Hoak. Cincinnati, 21 Thomson, Chicago, Groat, Pittsburgh and Musial, St. Louis, 17. TRIPLES — Vlrdon, Pittsburgh. 9 .Banks, Chicago and Mays, San Fran 'Cisco, 8. HOME RUNS—Thomas, Pittsburgh 22; Banks, Chicago, 20; Walls, Chi cago. Mathews, Milwaukee, and .Mays and Cepeda. San Francisco, 16 . STOLEN BASES—Mayi. San Fran ci.sco. 14; Blasingame. St. Louis, 12 Ashburn. Philadelphia, 11. PITCHING (based on 7 or more decisions) — McMahon, Milwaukee. 6-1, .857; Spahn, Milwaukee. 10-4. .714; Phillips. Chicago and Farrell. Philadelphia. 5-2. .714. STRIKEOUTS — Jones, St. Louis. 92: Antonelll. San Francisco, 74; Drott, Chicago, 72. Flag Day Play In Women's Golf Flag day was the featured event for three flight* In the Alton Women's Golf Association Eagles Win 20-1, In 5 Innings Wednesday night in Juttemeyer loop action the Eagles downed the Bears 20-7 in a five inning game that was called at eigh o'clock. Gantz had four hits foi the Eagles, two were home runs Stalker had four hits including a home rain, and McCormick hat three hits. Brown and Beckman had two hits each for the Bears one of Brown's hits was a home run. Stalker was the winning pitcher and Bregenzer was the loser. Dodgers Take Second Straight The Dodgers took the Eilenberger League lead winning their second game by downing the Pie- towners, 8-3, Wednesday night. Webb and Grover paced the Dodgers with two hits each and Fike for the losers had two. The Pietowners scored their only Three Teams Tied For Lead in City League on three singles in the first, then >lanked the Yankees until the seventh, when Tony Kubck's single scored the winning run. Bunnihg walked but two and struck out five while winning his ourth in a row for a 6-5 record. Gail Harris hit his sixth homer and Al Kaline, hitlcss in three games, rapped a RBI double for the Tigers. Ralph Terry lost it for a 5-6 record with the A's, who were without slugging Bob Cerv, out with a broken toe and bruised hand. Williams drove in all of Boston's runs, two with a 500-foot homer, his 13th of the year and fifth in six games. The Sox had the tying run on base in the ninth when Faye Throneberry stabbed Lou Berberet's pinch homer bid for the final out. Camilo Pascual <4-4) won it with relief help. Clint Courtney's two singles drove in three runs for the Senators, who bagged it with two unearned runs in the eighth off Tom Brewer (3-7). Minor Leagues Pacific Coast League Seattle 3, Portland 0 Phoenix 11, Vancouver 5 San Diego 12, Salt Lake City 11 (16 Innings) Sacramento at Spokane, postponed International League Toronto 7, Rochester 5 (12 innings) Miami 5, Richmond 2 (10 Innings) Montreal 7. Buffalo 4 Columbus 8. Havana 6 American Association Charleston G-10, Indianapolis 3-1 Wichita 1, Louisville 0 St. Paul 6, Minenapolis 1 Denver 11. Omaha 6 Three -1, League Burlington 1, Fox Cities 0 Davenport 4, tireen Bay 1 Cedar Rapids 11-6, Winona 3-8 Clinton Decatur Mldwett League 000 200 000—2 4 1 200 010 02x—5 6 0 040 012 000—7 13 4 Keokuk Paris 100 012 300—721 3 (18 innings, hailed, curfew) Kokomo Dubuque Kokomo Dubuque (First Came) ooo 100 o—i rt 7 003 000 x—3 5 1 (Second Game) ' 000 000 110—2 7 2 000 010 001—3 6 4 tl-'lrst Game) Mich. City 201 u(G 0—5 9 0 Waterloo ooo 001 1—2 8 i ... ,. ,,, <*M»«Ml Game) Mich. City 030 010 0-4 7 1 Waterloo 000 000 0—0 I J Bowling Results UPPER ALTON LANES Wednesday Mte Three teams continue to lead the City Softball League in the second round as a result of games played last night. The Out of Town Club downed the Blue Steelers, 12-6, paced by Haynes with two hits. The Out of Towners allowed the Blue Steel- ers only three hits in the seven inning game. V.F.W. defeated the Sagers, 7-6. scoring the winning run in the top of the seventh. Wigger led the winners with two hits and scored two runs. The Sagers scored one run in .he second and third inning to take a 2-0 lead but were tied by two- run rally in the fourth by. V.F.W. V.F.W. took a short lived two run lead in the sixth which was cancelled by the Sagers two runs n the bottom of the sixth. Midtown cleaned Alton Laundry, LO-0, on 10 hits. Narup paced the winners with three hits and Davis lad two for the losers. The Bricklayers ran over Hellrung, 13-6 with an 11-run fourth inning. Russell of the Bricklayers had three hits and Overby also had three for the losers. The Bricklayers other two runs were scored in the second inning. Western Auto won on a forfeit by the White Steelers. Standings Team W L Out of Town 3 0 V. F. W 3 0 Midtown > 3 0 Blue Steel 2 1 Sager 1 2 Bricklayers 1 2 Alton Laundry 1 2 Western Auto 1 2 Hellhing 0 3 White Steel 0 3 Amputee Wins DeMolay Title KANSAS CITY ^-Randy Womack, the 20-year-old national amputee golf champion from Clovis, N. M., won the International Order of DeMolay Tournament Wednesday by one stroke. Womack, a 20-year-old pre-dental student who lost a leg in a motor scooter accident, toured Kansas City's rugged Swope Park No. 1 course in 38-38—76. Par is 36-36-72. Second in the 18-nole tournament was Larry Can- of Bakersfield, Calif., with 35-42—77. Womack, who attends Eastern!'" each of the New Mexico University, won the ill 1 ? 118 for National Amputee Golf Tourna- " ment at Toledo last August. Yankees Keep AmericanLoop AttendanceUp By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — It's time to get the turnstiles fully manned when the New York Yankees hit the road. The league leaders are saving he American League, which has hauled in more than a million customers less than the National 'rom making even a poorer attendance showing. Some folks figure the Yanks' pennant runaway is the .reason for ;he junior circuit's 200,000 attendance decline from last season. But who knows what the deficit would be if the magic name of the Yankees didn't pack 'em in at Detroit, Kansas City, Boston, Baltimore, Cleveland, Chicago and Washington? An Associated Press survey today • h o we d the Yanks have played before 828,593 fans on the road. That's 28 per cent of the 2,931,220 the AL has drawn outside Yankee Stadium. Even more striking are the statistics of the Yankees compared with the seven other American League clubs. In Detroit, for example, Casey Stengel's crew has appeared six times for a total of 193,544 paid. That's an average of 32,257 an appearance. The other six teams are averaging 15,454 at Detroit. The Yanks have drawn 137,248 in five showings in Kansas City for an Average of 27,450. The Athletics are averaging 10,508 against the rest. The figures are even more revealing in Chicago and Cleveland. A total of 121,616 have seen New York play in the White Sox' Corn iskey Park. That breaks down to an average of 24,323 for five appearances. Against the other clubs, the Sox average is a mere 9,438. In Cleveland, where the capacity is more than 73,000, the Yanks have hauled in 101,214 in four showings for an average of 25,303. The Indians are drawing an average of only 7,212 against the six other teams. Except at Baltimore, the Yanks also have been the visiting team attendance League cities this season. At Boston it was 35,- Cards Sell Martin; Sal Starts Tonight Lemon, Last Of Big Four, Leaving Tribe CLEVELAND (AP)-The last of Four leaving tllP Wig- LOS ANGELES (AP) -Sal (The Barber 1 Maglie, who has come through magnificently in two starts since joining the St. Louis Cardinals, will be tested again in Los Angeles tonight. Cardinal Manger Fred Hutchin- san named the 41-year-old Maglie, who has defeated the Milwaukee Braves and the Philadelphia Phils as a Cardinal, and Sam .Tones to go against the Dodgers in a twi« night doubleheadrr. warn and a baseball era here has The Cardinals, who were idle He has 54 holes to go and only| pndet) jWednesday, sold relief pitcher a one stroke lead over Ireland's; Tne ,„«., , 0 go ^ Robr) , t Grnn . Morrie Martin to the Cleveland Christy O'Connor. Threatening vme Lemon , the Californian with Indians. Martin had been incffeo from two strokes back are England's 51-year-old Henry Cotton, also a three-time winner; former champion Max Faulkner, and South Africa's young Gary Player, second in the U.S. Open laet month. America's two qualifiers, Gene Sarazen and Texan Monte Bradley are way back with a 73 and an impish grin and a sinking fnstjtive in recent appearances find ball that made him a 20-game had a 4.74 earned run average. His departure leaves St. Louis winner in seven seasons. Waivers were asked on him Wednesday and he plans to leave Saturday for San Diego in the Pacific Coast League. The first to go was Bob Feller who retired after a 1956 season in which he didn't win a game arid lost four. ' Last month Mike Garcia was! 7ti, respectively. If Thomson wins Friday at Royal Lytham and St. Anne's, "nelwalved out of thr league. HP is Will become the fifth man in i recovering from bnck surgery in modern golf to dominate either the British or American Open Pi. Vincent's Charity Hospital. Still pitching, but not for GPVP-! one player under the limit. The Cardinals are expected t9 recall a pitcher from the minors — perhaps Bob Mabe who has compiled a fine record with the Cardinals' Omaha farm club. Thomas Gets NL Monthl championships lo the extent of I land, is Early Wynn whose rur-j winning four times. jrent 8-6 record for the White Snxj "|J| y (f»|« Man o'War launched his 3-year- old campaign by winning the Preakness at Pimlico in 1920. 223 April 15; Chicago, 36,167 May 20; Cleveland, 40,156 May 25; Detroit, 53,168 June 20; Kansas City 31.602 June 27 and Washington 27,704 May 18. play at Muny Tuesday. (run in the seventh. First light winner was Blan-j The Cardinals bent the Troche Dooley and low medalist was Jans, 21-7, while getting only six| Lee's won 3'frorn WoodTtiver Lela MnLain. .nils. The Trojans had three hilsipj-esbyterian. Fading Four won Second flight winner was Ann with Ferguson getting two. Dnol- •> d-ont Free I.<I;H|PI *. llvbriils Kingery and low medalist was-'"C paced the winnpi-s with ihree «-on 2 Irojn T Men. ' Audrey Huff. hits. ; 200 games -Ahernalhy 231, Tol-i In the third flight. Marion lile mVL'OT. Cola 22: 1 . K. <;illis ! Cjriffin was winner and lou me- vr 111 202-221 (BOO' Stinger ''11 C, dalist. " Alo/or league STANDINGS Industrial Golf In Industrial Golf League play WednpftUy night, Dan Harmon of Standard and Ue Wrest of 1s- co shot e 35 at Muny and Lipsey of Wetterner No. 1 shot a 36 at Rock Spring. The Industrial Golf Uague standings are as follow*: Sinclair No. I, Shell No. Kennedy Homers * As Eagles Win The Eagles beat the Giants 13-8 In a Krebs league tilt. The Eagles-led through out the game. M. Bucse pitched for the Giants. Alford pitched and Kennedy hom- ered for the Eagles. Smith, pitching and hits including two triples, ledj" the RedblrdK to>a 17-9 victory ov- 201. Bedwell 203. osh U ,,, Sim-lair No. 2, 327; Onized ACME Wednesday Night Summer League Waggoners won 3 from Bulls. Ferns won 3 from Wobbers. Traveling Hot Shots won 2 from Miss Hits. Acme Aces won 2 from Red Toppers. 200 games -R. Allen 201, M. <«r Norside. Also for the Redhirdsi IOWL INN \Vwtrrn Mlvi'd Nu. 3. 319; Isco, 30ti, Shell No.jCzichos had a homo run. Rain Nineties won 4 from S-amprrs 1, 305; Qnfeed, No. I* 286; Wester-jand Spouner .-h&red mound flu- Sure Shois won 3 from Splitters nor No. 2. 8*5; Westerner No. Lilies for Norside. The RedbirdsJLurky Strikes won 3 I rom Alley 287; Standard, 380; Shell No. 3. 263; OfllMd No. 2, 263: Illinois Power No. }> 1M, and Illinois Power (to, S. 163- i had the edge on hits as well as runs., they had nine hits while Norside had M*. Pat Barrett had a tingle and a triple for Norside. Cais. Whi/xers won ,'j from Jokers. 200 bowU»rs-.J. Davidson 241 C. i,wen 204. By INI ASSOCIATED PHI.SS AMKIW AX UOA(it.'r; \\. L. Pet. G.B. .. 4.') 24 .6J2 ,. 36 34 ..')14 9'.jj Boston 36 3j .507 10 Detroit 35 35 .500 10"s Chicago 34 36 .486 11VJ .NATIONAL 1.KAGVK W. L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee .... 39 29 .574 — St. Louis 36 32 .:>29 3 San Francisco . 38 34 .528 3 Cleveland Baltimore . Washington 34 39 .466 13 32 38 .457 13'/» 30 41 .423 16 Thursday Game* New York at Washington Baltimore at Button Kansas City at Chicago Only games scheduled WeUiieidu.v Result* New York 4, Baltimore 1 Washington 5, Boston 3 Detroit S, Kansas City 0 Only games scheduled Friday Game* New York at Washington (2) Detroit at Cleveland (2) Baltimore at Boston t'.'.i City »t CbieifQ (2) Cincinnati 33 34 .493 5!-a Chicago ....... 35 38 .479 6% 7 8»/s Philadelphia .. 31 34 .478 Pittsburgh .... 34 38 .472 Los Angeles ....32 39 , .451 Thursday dame* Philadelphia at Milwaukee Chicago at San Francisco Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N) St. Louis at Los Angeles (2, twi night i Logart Wants Return Bout After Upset HOLLYWOOD (AP)-"We want a rematch - to erase tliis horrible decision." Speaking was Eddie Mafuz, fiery little manager of Cub's Isaac Logart. Mafuz was indignant over Wednesday night's upset split decision in favor' of hometowner Don Jordan. The 10-round Hollywood Legion j Stadium bout was nationally televised. "This injustice may rob us of a chance to get a shot at Virgil Akins' welterweight crown," Mafuz said in a dressing room interview. "It gives them a chance to duck Logart." 1 The 25-year-old Cuban is the No. 1 challenger for the welterweight championship. There were no knockdowns and Logart did what damage was done. The 23-year-old Jordan suffered a bloody nose in the first round and a cut eyelid in the third. Logart, a 1-2 favorite, went in front with a powerful body attack and occasional left hooks to tiie face. Jordan appeared to tire in the ninth, but he landed a solid right to the head and a questionable blow to the body. Logart indicated it was a foul but the referee took no notice. Referee Mushy Callahan and judge George Thomas scored it for Jordan, 95-94 and 97-95, respectively. Judge George Latka had it 97-93 for Logart. The decision was received with mingled hoots and cheers. Logart's camp was dismayed and even Jordan seemed surprised. He later said .he thought he had won the fight. Jordan weighed 141, Logart 146%. Track Expect Large Crowds Over Holidays By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nation's race tracks checked the betting machines and greased the turnstiles today in preparation for handling more than a. half- million people and upward of 40 million dollars during the next two days. On the basis of last year's figures close to 300,000 fans will wager in excess,of 18 million dollars at the major running tracks on the Fourth of July. The nar- ness racing tracks, headed by Roosevelt Raceway figure to add another 50,000 people and three million dollars to Uncle Sam's birthday. With an added holiday on Saturday, attendance is expected to ex Iceed 500,000 and the wagering climb to around the 40 million (mark for the two days as the smaller tracks chip in with their contributions. Heading the rich Fourth pro grams at the thoroughbred tracks are the $75,000 added Suburban Handicap at Belmont Park, the $75,000 added Stars and Stripes for 3?year olds at Washington Park and the 150,000 added Aroer ican Handicap at Hollywood Park. Richest of the purses for (rot Others In this fraternity arc Bobby Jones, Walter Ilagen, Ben Ilogan and Bobby Locke. Thomson won British Opens in 1354-55-56. He was second in 19525.1-57. His score Wednesday was live under par for rugged e.G.'tt- yard Lytham. Locke, who lagged 10 strokes behind after Wednesday's play, won this oldest of all championships four times — in 1949-50-52 and 57. Althea Gibson In Semifinal Match Today WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Althea Gibson defends her Wimbledon tennis title today against an 18-year-old British girl, a world class table tennis player but a stranger to the higher brackets at Wimbledon. Miss Gibson, of New York, meets Ann Haydon in the women's semifinals. Miss Haydon has never advanced this far at Wimbledon before. Suzy Kormoczy, the 38-year-old Hungarian housewife who won the French championships last month, plays Britain's Angela Mortimer. Australian and former French champion who is making a tennis comeback after a long illness. Meantime, the Men's singles competition is down to an all-Australian final for the third straight year. Ashley Cooper and southpaw Neale Fraser meet for the title Friday. In Wednesday's semifinals, Fraser defeated the carefree Dane, Kurt Nielsen, 6-4, 6-4. 17- J9. 6-4 and Cooper eliminated his compatriot, Mervyn Rose, 7-9, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3. Red Sox Move Spring Camp To Arizona BOSTON (AP) - The Boston Red Sox have joined the westward movement — at least as far as spring training is concerned. After 25 years at Sarasota. Fla., the Sox will have their spring camp at Scottsdale, Ariz., in 1959. General Managec Joe Cronin made the announcement Wednesday. The Sox succeed Baltimore at Scottsdale. Other teams which train in Arizona are the Cleve land Indians, Chicago Cubs and San Francisco Giants. Muny League EAST ALTON-Natlonal Cleaners defeated the Wrens, 9-6, the Shamrocks edged the Dodgers 3-2, and the Piasas topped the Merchants, 10-3, in Muny League play here Thursday night. includes a 5-4 relief triumph over the Tribe in Chicago Tuesday. Wynn and Garcia joined Frllor and Lemon and the Tribe in 1949, and from that season through 1954! ralPS <l>'»'d-sackrr with a talent when the Indians won 111 pamesi for hitlil * hompl ' s . » lh * National and a pennant, the Big Four averaged 71Va victories a season. Feller, past his peak as a fire- bailer, chipped in with 85: Garcia, whose earned-run averages oflruns batted in with 66. picked up 2.35 in 3949 and 2.37 in W52 werejlS votrs in balloting by newsmen lowest among the four, contributed 104 victories; Wynn won 112; CINCINNATI (API - Frank Thomas, slugging Pittsburgh Pi. League's Player - of-the Month 1'or June. Thomas, who currently leads the IPHRUP in homers with 22 and and Lemon's total of 128 was the tops. An operation that took 20 pieces of cartilege out of Lem's right elbow last winter failed to restore the old magic to his pitching arm. His lone 1958 game of record was a defeat, making his lifetime record 207-128. In the 25 1-3 innings he worked, he was so clobbered his earned-run average was 5.33"I talked this over with Frank Lane and Joe Gordon in Chicago this week," Lem said Wednesday night. "So it wasn't any shocker to me." With his 38th birthday coming up in September, Lemon appears to be through. Morrie Martin, a 35-year-old southpaw purchased from St. Louis for the $20,000 waiver price, will arrive Friday to take his place on the-roster. Optimists Win Over Moose, 84, At Wood River WOOD RIVER—The Optimists, behind the three-hit pitching of Hartman, defeated the Wood River Moose, 8-4, in a Juvenile Khoury League game here Wednesday night. Melton tripled for the winners as the Moose were charged with 11 errors. Jamison pitched a one-hitter to lead the Cards over the Panthers, 28-3, in Bantam Gold play. Housman had two homers and Jamison and Ralston one each for the winners. The Reds defeated the Eagles, 18-6, with Brown the winning pitcher, in another Bantam game. Athletics Lose To Cubs, 7-5 A three run sixth inning Vally vas not enough for the Athletics as the Cubs stayed ahead to win 5 in the Corwin league. Reid pitched and had two hits for the winners, Hermes also had two (its. The winners had seven hits altogether, while the losers had 0 hits. Smith had three and Campbell had two ^its for the osers, The Foxe; with five hits beat he Cardinals who had 10 hits, 15-13. Lyon was the leading bat- er for the losers, getting four hits. For the winners Erwin, Udingham, Penrod, Hazelton and Schwartzkotf all had one hit. Detroit Tiger batters found the range for 22 home runs against New York Yankee pitching in 1957. lers and pacers is the $108,565 Messenger for 3-year old pacers at Roosevelt Raceway. TROPHIES AWARDS Nr Al San Francisco 5, Chicago 2 Cincinnati 1, Milwaukee 0 Only games scheduled Friday tinmen Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (2) Philadelphia at Milwaukee (2) Chicago at San Francisco (2) Only guoM scheduled Will It CLOSED July 7th Thru July 12 Imptoytt'i Ml CLEANERS "HflRKTMDriS? GMti and feweJry Seventeen Eett Ferauton WOOD RIVER Open Tonight Till Nino. and broadcasters. His closest competitor for the league's monthly award was Dick tfarrell star reliever for Philadel' phia's Phils, who collected 10*4 votes. Thomas, a starter in the A1I- Star game next Tuesday, hit at a .275 clip in June, driving in 29 runs. He blasted two homers and brought in seven inns in a June 7 game against Chicago and turned the same trick four days later against San Francisco. Farrell won four games in June, appearing in 24 1-3 innings and allowing only two earned runs and 13 hits. Indians Down Norside 23-2 A one-sided contest marked play in the Watt league Wednesday night, as hte Indians trounc- day night, as the Indians trounc- dians hurler, had a triple and a home run to aid his victory. He struck out 12 batters. Also for the Indians Fowler had two home runs and Cook had one. The Indians had three errors and Nor- side was credited with eight errors. Kennedy and Keehner had the only two Norside hits, Kennedy's was a double. In another game the Hawks defeated the Reds 9-6. For the Hawks, Carroll and Naugle had two hits each. Wininger and Wallendorf had two hits each for the Reds. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hollywood, Calif. — Don Jordan, 141, Los Angeles, outpointed Isaac Logart, 146%, Havana, 10. Glasgow, Scotland — Peter Keenan, Scotland, outpointed Billy Peacock, Los Angeles, 10. (bam- tamweights). 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